my favorite is the woodsmith shop. my idiotic PBS replaced it with rough cut, which is all but unwatchable.
Probably HGTV and a local PBS station from Anderson Indiana WIPD great show called Woodsmith and fianally
DIY and the old Norm Abrhams This old house when he bworked alone.
I really enjoy just about anything on DIY, especially the "crasher" shows - Bath Crashers, House Crashers and Yard Crashers, - also enjoy Sweat Equity & Renovation Realities. Some of the older shows that are no longer on the air - Hometime, New Yankee Workshop and Wood Works (David Marks is near genious).
There used to be a Canadian show - a father and son - who did a show with routers. I wish that show was still on. When I used to run into it flipping channels I didn't own a router, not that I have one I sure could use some of their tips and techniques.
I watch and record Woodsmith Shop. I love watching the videos that are uploaded here by members and Kreg. They are very informative and fun to watch, even again and again.
I had just gotten into watching NYWS before it retired. I would love to be able to see all the shows, but right now there isn't a station I watch that carries it.
I also brought and watched videos from the "Router Workshop" with Bob and Rick Rosendahl.